London Educational Games Meetup

Inspiration from Indie Games

The emergence of indie game development changed not only the boundaries between industry & individual makers, but also the boundaries between games & cultural institutions, education, and the public. Paul’s talk will trace some of the paths through and between those boundaries, and look to how the shifting state of games might evolve in future.

University of East London

Teaching across BA (Hons) Computer Games Design -Programming and BA (Hons) Computer Games Design -Story Development.

Modules taught:

  • Games Programming
  • Introduction to Gameplay Development
  • Games Design
  • Dynamic Gameplay
  • Creative Practice
  • Games Studio

Kingston University

Workshops with Animation & Illustration students on:

  • Games as moving image
  • Psychogeography
  • System Design

RMIT Game Design

Interactive Digital Media Project – July 2009 – October 2013

Supervision of final year game projects.

Narrative and Communication – July 2012 – October 2013

Course design, delivery, and assessment covering story structure, craft, and game design.

AIE Melbourne

Senior Programming Teacher

Teaching C++ programming, game development, and game design.